Subject and alphabetical list of ASLS Law Library's Online Legal Resources
Last Updated: Mar 27, 2017
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Welcome to the ASLS Library's Online Legal Resources guide. Resources are arranged by subject. Access the resources using the Subject tabs A-G, H-N and O-Z above. Alternatively, use the A-Z List of Databases to locate a resource by name. Need help choosing a resource? Contact the Legal Research Help Desk for help at 602-682-6898 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- ASLS Library Online Catalog
Search for resources owned by the library: books, e-books, journals, videos and more using the Library's online catalog
Fastcase provides online access to cases, statutes, regulations, court rules, bar publications and law review articles. Free to all members of the Arizona Bar, it is important to know how to use it. Note that you have a variety of help options: FAQs, a User Guide, tutorials, live chat, email help, and other resources including the Fastcase blog and RSS feeds.
HeinOnline is a fully searchable, full-text, PDF collection of legal publications. It includes several collections:
•American Indian Law Collection
•Canada Supreme Court Reports
•English Law Reports
•European Centre for Minority issues
•Foreign & International Law Resources Database
•Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS)
•International Law Association Reports
•Law Journal Library
•Manual of Patent Examining Procedure
•National Moot Court Competition
•National Survey of State Laws
•Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases
•Revised Statutes of Canada
•State Statutes: A Historical Archive
•Slavery in America and the World
•U.S. Congressional Documents
•U.S. Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals
•U.S. Federal Legislative History Library
•U.S. Supreme Court Library
•U.S. Treaties and Agreements Library
LexisAdvance is a comprehensive database of legal, business and news sources. Faculty, staff, and students also have access to many of the scholarly treatises that Lexis publishes, teaching and learning tools, litigation and transactional tools, and public records.
Westlaw is an extensive database of legal, business and news sources. This resource includes access to many of the scholarly treatises that Thomson West publishes as well as the TWEN course management software.
- West Academic Study Aids
West Academic Study Aids provides online access to full-text study aid e-books. Popular series include the Acing series, Hornbooks, and Nutshells.